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we go back to the calls from st. louis hello carol, good morning. >> caller: good morning. i'm excited to talk with you. >> bill: thank you. i hope the cardinals are going to go easy on our nationals here tonight, carol. >> caller: i like the nationals too, i worked in d.c. for 35 years. >> bill: all right. good for you. you won't take it too hard if they lose? >> caller: no, won't. >> bill: what do you think about this religion survey? >> caller: i like the survey that you talked about, because i think there is a difference between religion and spirituality. >> bill: yes, thank you. >> caller: and we have a lot of religious people who can tolerate the hate that is going on, that doesn't have the commendment that jesus christ had to give love. people need to realize he died and paid the price for everyone. it's not that we were this great people and all of a sudden and we are living holier than thou. and i think that's taken for granted too much. it's almost like america needs a spiritual awakening. we need a spiritual awakening, and, you know, try to follow
. it is actually you and your wife's fault. >> bill: i knew you would blame carol. >> when we ended the show yesterday, you were not going to the game. >> bill: yeah, i scored two tickets. i canceled an interview with the bbc, a lunch a friend and a white house briefing and said, come on carol we're going to go the game. >> it used to be that people would make up excuses to not go to a nationals game. >> they had the largest crowd ever, yesterday. over 45,000 people. >> bill: it was very exciting to be here. in fact i brought my flag. >> you know that was cool. >> bill: that was cool. did you see that whole sea of red flags waving? >> yeah. >> bill: it was exciting to be there because the place was backed. and they are hanging on every pitch -- >> big spirited crowd. >> bill: oh, and did we say the nationals left. >> the nationals did not lose that game. the st. louis cardinals won that game. the nationals had hits too, but they left 11 men on base. >> bill: i know. >> when they lose 8-0 -- >> bill: at one point i looked it was 11 hits for the cardinals and 7 or 8 or somethi
not go to the game. i did not watch the game, but what a heartbreaker for the nationals. carol was up, watched the entire game, so i got the play-by-play from her. into the ninth inning, right and you're ahead 7-5? >> 7-5. >> ahead 7-5 you get two outs. you've got two strikes on the batter, so there's one strike between you and the playoffs, and the cards scored four runs. >> it was unbelievable. it was unbelievable. >> never heard anything like that. >> the nats were up 6-0 at 1 point. >> bill: i know, peter i got your tweet. i was out to dinner in nashville after the book signing. i got your tweet how about those nats. >> it was crushing. >> bill: how could you throw it away like that? one strike! what a saddenedding to a great season. >> a phenomenal season and they remain a great team. >> bill: yep yep. >> it was young wildly -- poorly managed at the end of that game, so poorly managed. they have great pitchers they put in, edwin jackson who is not their best. they had better pitches ready to go. he gave up runs. they could have walked a batter to get to the pitcher in the ninth i
gotta tell you big difference in our family. carol -- my wife carol can trace her family back to the mayflower. no kidding. her mother did it. whole big family tree. my family, nothing but questions. i'm trying to unravel it and find out where we came from and when we got here and where people land and all of that kind of stuff because every other press i've met around the country all came from either eastern europe, russia maybe. i'm trying to establish that. and i finally found one way that really, really helps. it is called ancestry.com. introduced to me about a week ago. i went online. so far i'm back to like 1800 in salem, new jersey. i know they came here and they landed in philadelphia. now, i just gotta get them across the ocean. so it is exciting. i can tell you about that because you ought to try it. ancestry.com. in fact, you can get up to two three weeks free if you join me today and visit tryancestry.com. start the journey figuring out your family tree. you'll get two full weeks free to see w
it on tv. >> bill: i watched the entire game last night, i want you to know. carol and i did. i can't tell you the last time i watched an entire baseball -- ball game. >> good for you. >> i called bill last night, 5:00, and he is like make this quick i'm watching the game. >> bill: yeah, i think it's the first sports event that i watched, you know, the whole thing -- >> front to back. >> bill: probably since i was in high school. >> you don't even watch the super bowl front to back. >> bill: no, are you kidding. and let's say hello to monty calcelor. siprion bolling winding up his special assignment. we'll be back next week. and we'll hear all about it i'm sure. >> nice trip to maui. >> bill: tell us about this game last night peter. >> it was unbelievable. >> bill: cardiac baseball. >> yes. the cardinals tied it up whole game 1-1. we got to the bottom of the night, top of our roster and jayson werth comes up, that was epic, and he just kept fouling it off and fouling it off and fouling it off. >> bill: the post has every ball, strike, strike foul foul, ball, ball
wanted to tell you about ancestry.com. carol was watching the show one day earlier this week. and she heard a knock at the door, she looked out the window and there were -- ready for this peter -- two cops at the front door. >> you should be used to that. >> bill: these comes were investigating the theft of silver which were engaved william h press in baltimore. they gave us the game of the detective in baltimore, and i called him and i told him he was not one of my ancestors, because i have been working on my family tree on ancestry.com. and i traced my ancestry back to salem, new jersey. so i'm having a lot of fun doing this, and you can too. they'll give you two free weeks at tryancestry.com. go to tryancestry.com to start your journey. they'll give you two full weeks to see what you can uncover. go to tryancestry.com. on the twitter world, peter? >> people are -- they really care about these richard mourdock comments, and mitt romney's refuse to distance himself from it. >> bill: they should. >> @bpshow ramona says these men are stick. these republicans treat women
in atlanta let's do that before we go to break. carole, are you there? >> yes, thanks for taking my call. i think debates do matter when you don't know what the people stand for. to me, mitt romney has already given his platform. he's a dummy. he's robotic. he doesn't want to give you any plan he's going to try to make up something about all the taxes, but you already know who you're going to vote for and not to sound petty but if you notice on his cars, he has romney in great big letters and look at barack obama and biden. they are all the same size. what an ego. he has flip-flopped. although i'm going to listen to the debates but my mind is made up already. >> call us at 866-55-press. we are going to break and we will see you on the other side. ♪ (vo) what is said here could decide the election. current tv presents coverage of the presidential debate. with unrivaled analysis and commentary. >> you're going to hear that used as a major talking point. (vo) the only network with real-time reaction straight from the campaigns and from viewers like you. >>now that's politically direct.
blackballed because every time i go to the game they lost. when i got home carol was watching the game, and i said you shouldn't be watching. >> ben affleck said the actress sideswiped a car in santa monica, he stopped his car, and left a note on the wind shield saying i will never everything. and then took his daughter to mcdonald's. >> an honest man. >> bill: but not taking his daughter to mcdonald. >> the folks at nasa are celebrating another milestone curiosity scooped up its first sample of dirt. scientists applauded as much if not louder when they landed. the rover is now analyzing the dirt looking for signs of microbial life. >> i have to admit i'm a wonk i love this stuff. >> bill: absolutely. we haven't done an update on this show in a couple of weeks. >> we'll get him back on dr. beagle. he is our resident nasa nerd. >> bill: all right. dan, thank you. mitt romney wants to show that he knows what he is talk about when it comes to foreign policy. peter if we could take the second bite. i just found like so much he said in the debate and like his speech in tampa as
was talking with tucker about kind of a new passion of mine. carol can trace her family all the way back to the mayflour. they've -- to the mayflower. they've got the family tree. my family, nobody knows. my mission is to try to put my side of the family together. i was floundering around until i discovered ancestry.com. you can go to them and you put in your name and you tell them -- they've got ten billion documents online, marriage records, birth records death records, immigration records and i'm well on my way. i've got my family back to 1820 in salem new jersey. now i gotta get the link to eastern europe. i'm going to work it out. you can too. they'll give you two weeks free to try it out at tryancestry.com. i encourage you join me today. trace back your own family tree. visit tryancestry.com. you'll have two full weeks to see what you can uncover. visit tryancestry.com. that's t-r-y-ancestry.com. two full weeks and you'll have a lot of fun. 35 minutes after the hour. here's our roving ambassador, arnold down in atlan
carol -- you can trace her family back literally to the mayflower. she's quaker -- quakers who came down to washington, d.c. to visit with president lincoln. all of the way back. and for me it's been a big blank slate, but i have been working on ancestry.com, and i have traced my family back to 1824 in salem, new jersey and now i'm trying to get them across the pond. and you can do that too, ancestry.com by the way is the place to go. they have 10 billion documents you can source but you can get two weeks free at tryancestry.com. join me today and figure out your own family tree. visit tryancestry.com, and you get two free weeks to see what you can discover. we'll compare family trees here. so peter -- well first before we get to comments, and i know you have had a lot of people on facebook and twitter, say we have got to talk about this richard mourdock. he is a tea partier, a republican consolidate in indiana. he is up against joe donnelly who will be on our show tomorrow morning -- friday i'm sorry. they are having a big debate and the question was up about
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